Contest finalist, Pittsburgh band Lovebettie, could play Grammy week event
Pittsburgh band Lovebettie is in the running to play at a Grammy week event in Los Angeles as part of the Grammy Gig of a Lifetime contest.
Lovebettie is one of 40 finalists now seeking online votes to win the gig. The finalists from a variety of genres were selected by Fall Out Boy, Austin Mahone, and Emeli Sandé.
Voting is open through Jan. 10 at gig.cbs.com, where Lovebettie is currently trending in the top 5 vote getters.
The winner will be announced on Jan. 17. The winning band's performance also will be available on-demand as part of Grammy Live, a digital experience featuring streaming events and exclusive coverage around the awards.
The Grammy will air live on Jan. 26 on CBS.
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